Kriterion: Journal of Philosophy 55 (130):499-513 (2014)

Antonio Carlos Santos
Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina
John Locke é conhecido, sobretudo, por ser um dos fundadores do liberalismo. No entanto, pesquisas recentes apontam para novas interpretações do pensador inglês. No caminho dessa tendência, o objetivo deste texto é analisar os elementos republicanos na "Carta sobre a tolerância" de Locke. John Locke is mainly known for being one of the founders of Liberalism. However, recent research points to new interpretations of the English thinker. On the way of this trend, the aim of this paper is to analyze the republican elements in the "Letter on Toleration" of Locke
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